Speaking of home darts, here’s my set up in my garage. If you zoom in, you’ll see the board is very clean, especially around the triple 20 and the bull, as not many darts land there :)
Good luck on Tuesday
No, @AussieBob, absolutely no - race and ethnicity is fundamentally NOT what "nationality" is, either by legal definition or by rational thought, although it may play a part in the national character.
If it were, you couldn't be "Aussie Bob" as only aboriginals could be Australian, the Queen couldn't be British as she'd be forever a German, Sir Mo Farah would still be Somali, etc.
As well as looking at the definitons of race and ethnicity, maybe you should have checked Merriam-Webster's definition of nationality, particularly on national status which is the key point here.
So if he was a 'black' foreigner not a " 'white' foreigner" you think he would have been charged less???
Oh please ...
Thais are Tier 1, with full subsidy / discount, anyone from Laos would have been charged less than him but more than Thais as they are on Tier 2 for hospital charges, with a lower discount / subsidy, like Cambodians, Burmese and Vietnamese, due to reciprocal agreements, while other foreigners (dependent on visa, not nationality / race / ethnicity) are Tier 3 or 4 with less and no discount / subsidy.
Foreigners visiting Australia, including Thais, are ALREADY "charged a higher fee for any Govt medical services that they are provided"!!!
Australia only gives emergency Medicare cover to visitors from eleven other countries with whom it has a Reciprocal Health Care Agreement (RHCA), which doesn't include Thailand, and even that's only for emergency / essential treatment. Everyone else pays in full!
"Fair's fair and all that" ???
How can the exact same thing, even down to RHCAs, be "fair" in Australia, but not "fair" in Thailand?????